Communities from around the world are calling on Scotland to toughen its target to cut climate pollution in order to safeguard food supplies, protect homes and save lives.
The Scottish Government is facing unprecedented pressure to overhaul its plans to cut climate pollution from farming from a powerful alliance of food and environment groups.
Increasing sales of North Sea oil assets to unlisted private companies have raised concerns over transparency and accountability in the sector,
New evidence of the dramatic impact of carbon pollution on polar regions has prompted calls for the Scottish Government to toughen its climate targets.
More than 550 reservoirs have been rated as “high risk” because of the homes, roads and airports that could be flooded if they burst – and the dangers will increase with climate pollution.
Three big fossil fuel companies are Scotland’s worst climate polluters, with some carbon emissions rising to record levels.
Scotland’s vital infrastructure is under threat from coastal erosion and flooding, according to official assessments of climate pollution.
Scottish local authorities are investing £1.7 billion in 52 fossil fuel companies blamed for causing climate chaos.
Plans to set fire to coal under the seabed at 19 sites around the UK could cause massive climate pollution, groundwater contamination and toxic waste.